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Feed the Birds

It is winter and it is very cold, icy and snowy.
The ground is frozen and hard, the water is frozen solid.
Watch me fill up my bird feeders, break up the ice in my bird bath so that I can care of the birds in my garden.
How many bird feeders can you see?

My UK Wildlife Garden Birds

Here are some garden birds that you may see perhaps in your garden or when you are out and about in the park or going for walks.

Make a bird feeder using a plastic milk container. Decorate it with collage bits and pieces and fill it with bird seed

Can you find a pencil and a piece of paper.

Next write your name on your paper.

Can you make a list of the birds that you see in your garden or in the park?

Perhaps you could draw a picture of the nicest bird that you see - the one that you like the best.

Maybe you could get Mum or Dad to help you to make a simple bird chart to fill in and tick off the birds you see.

Praise all your child's attempts to write.  Scribe for your child so that they can see the correct letter formation of what they have tried to write. 


Make a bird watching chart and tick off the birds that you see in your garden or at the park

Penguin dance

Physical Development
Let's have a warm up.
Dance the Penguin dance with Miss Myles

Sing the nursery rhyme 5 Little Ducks
Count five ducks
Count back from five as the ducks swim away

One Warm Fox

In 'One Warm Fox', a fox and his chum the Scarecrow borrow some of Percy's clothes to keep warm in the cold winter night.
Can you see the crows in this story they are trying to eat the seeds that Percy the park keeper has planted